Cala Gracio holidays 2021
Ibiza may be most famous as a party island, but it’s also got some beautiful, tranquil places to chill out and soak up the peace and quiet. In Cala Gracio, you’ll have the best of both worlds: this picturesque resort is relaxed and low-key, but a 15-minute stroll will bring you to the famous mega clubs and sunset-watching bars of San Antonio (Sant Antoni in Eivissenc, the local language). Cala Gracio boasts two pretty beaches, a stunning rocky coastline to explore with a snorkel, an aquarium built into the rocks, and a laid-back family-friendly vibe. Inland, there are rural towns to explore, and the gorgeous island capital, Ibiza Town, is just a 20-minute drive away.
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Why book Cala Gracio holidays
Discover the best beaches
Soft sands, turquoise waters and hot, sunny days... that's the beaches in Cala Gracio for you!
Hit the nightlife & bar scene
In Cala Gracio you don't need to miss out on Ibiza's hardcore partying, thanks to being so close to San Antonio
Rest & relaxation
Cala Gracio gives you a chance to escape the hustle and bustle of Ibiza's hotspots, especially thanks to its stunning beaches
Your guide to Cala Gracio holidays
Cala Gracio enjoys a gorgeous setting on Ibiza’s rugged west coast – ideal for watching the famous sunsets. It’s a laid-back resort, which is particularly popular with families and couples, but it has all the fantastic amenities and world-famous nightlife of San Antonio right on the doorstep. There are two sandy beaches for you to soak up the sun, plenty of water sports (including snorkelling and scuba diving), plus a string of charming towns and villages to explore inland. You could spend the day in lovely Ibiza Town, the island’s enchanting capital, which is just 20 minutes away, or have a browse through the stalls at the famous ‘Hippy Market’ in San Antonio.
There are two beaches in Cala Gracio: the largest and most accessible is Cala Gracio itself (‘cala’ means ‘cove’), which is a pretty little curve of fine golden sand lapped by turquoise waters. Take a stroll around the craggy headland to reach Cala Gracioneta, smaller, and even more secluded. Both beaches offer sunbed and parasol rental, and even tiny Cala Gracio has a beach bar (which has jazz and chilled-out DJ sessions in the summer). This coastline is fantastic for exploring with a snorkel, and you’ll also find plenty of scuba diving companies based in nearby Sant Antonio. The beaches at Sant Antonio are longer (if busier) and feature every possible amenity, including a wealth of facilities for water sports.
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